In today's podcast, Lori Forner from www.loriforner.com (Brisbane, Australia) joins Antony (Skyping in from Auckland NZ!). Lori tells us about her experience on lifting in her everyday life and at the gym and some clinical observations on pelvic organ prolapse with lifting, especially with respect to hormones.
What have you found in your own life or in your patients? Do hormones make a difference?
And yes, Antony said it was our second TBT...and it was at the time as we recorded one each and then we recorded them from Shelly and Sandy...I simply go along with the genius behind this outfit (that's Lori!)...I'm just here to ask tough questions hahaha.
Anyway, grab your favourite beverage, sit back, enjoy the podcast, and give these clinical tidbits a go - let us know what you think of it in the comments section below!
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So Antony came up with a great idea! Small, bite-size podcasts on practical or useful information you can test out or use in your clinical reasoning straight away.
We are hoping to keep these segments 10 minutes or less and have them out every Tuesday. The tips will come from ourselves, as well as from the amazing experts we interview.
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